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Feb 28, 2011 5:30pm PST
the wet weather is to the north of us. we are staying cool overnight. tabs to the 30's. the article degrees for santa rosa. the same in napa, 42 degrees expected in oakland. dad in the south bay, temperatures are getting down to the upper 30's, low 40's. tomorrow afternoon, upper 50s, low 60s. and even the 60 degrees. santa rosa, napa, fairfield, 62 degrees in mountain view and san jose. will catch a break on friday with rainfall this weekend. >>pam: the judge has sentenced three life sentences. this man is sentenced to three life sentences for participating and the imprisonment and torture of a neighbor boy. anthony waiters was the only one of four defendants to go to trial. of charges towards kyle ramirez captive at a home in tracey for one year. the child was beaten, burned and shackled to furniture. the 16 year-old was able to escape. he will be able to get parole in 19 years. >>pam: federal see regulators on the national gas explosion that killed eight people in san bruno. the national transportation safety board will look at the pipeline operation and regulation. the board als
KRON
Mar 28, 2011 5:00pm PDT
. emergency crews have managed to stabilize the road for now and residence who normally used woodbridge road have to find alternate routes. capitola is cleaning up a sea of mud. the village, near santa cruz has been hit by two different floods in three days of the north with these torrential rains and rob fladeboe shows us the damage and the cleanup efforts in right now. >>reporter: what you can see is going on all over town in capital look with a regional a virtual-hosing down with mud-everywhere. this sustaining blood ironically, is to get rid of it with water. that high- pressure washer street sweepers have been going 24- 75 saturday and a small worarmy of public works are showing this one shovel at a time. the sidewalk is littered with carpeting, flooring and even basements. the water is even finding its way into businesses, businesses, and on it and anything on the floor suffered water damage. and dumpsters full of debris lined the streets full of debris. sandbags are in doorways that too little, too late. amazingly, some shops are already open and others still lead some work to do. in
KRON
Mar 30, 2011 12:30am PDT
only use one loader due to limited space. klein says crews can only work during the day, because the hillside is too unstable. >> we're worried about the stuff coming off the top of the hill. we've got to kind of pull the material out. >> it's about 100 feet up to the top. we've probably pulled out about 80 truckloads so far. >> reporter: officials tell me it will take them another two days to finish removing all of that debris you see behind me from corey road before it's open. from morgan hill, kron4 news. >> and in hercules, eight homes below a sliding hillside remain in danger tonight. earlier today, crews installed barricades along a street near the slide, preparing for the worst-case scenario. reds in the danger zone are evacuated. four homes have already been damaged. tonight, the city council declared a local state of emergency in an effort to receive disaster aid. kron4's jonathan bloom was there for the emotional meeting. >> my wife call mead, and she was scared, crying, telling me we have to move out. >> reporter: evacuated families who've watched the massive hillside
KRON
Mar 8, 2011 4:30pm PST
church in alameda is showing us where back box containing the remains of someone was last seen before was stolen. >> right here with a small round table. the backpack was on the table just 30 minutes before the funeral service was set to begin. we set up for the funeral, all of us were busy doing little side jobs getting ready. someone taking opportunity, what can, saw the pack had no understanding what he or she had picked up and it was gone. >>reporter: church officials say was a small gathering for the funeral service however the churches doors were open to the public at the time. investigators with the alameda police department said they have not determined that the person knew what was in the backpacker not. the situation is being treated as a criminal theft. however, the reference said she is prepared to forgive the person responsible. >> returned to the church or the alameda pd and that will close the loop for us. judgment is not mind to offer. reporting live, kron 4 news. >>pam: fallout from the alleged police misconduct surrounding the san francisco police department i
KRON
Mar 11, 2011 6:00am PST
monitoring it. >> reporter: they're using all the information they can, i'm here this san francisco department of emergency management, this is the operation center. this is all the coordinating agencies, what they're doing is they're working city-wide to come up with a strategy of response to the tsunami warning that has been issued. they went over new data, figure out there basically nothing has changed they feel like everything is still status quo. there were call to this operation around 1:00 a.m. once was determined that there was a tsunami threat. they all came to the emergency office. it is everything from fire, communications, police, transportation, all of these differ department heads are coming here to go through these trials, they know who to call, who to alert, who to contact. that is what they've been doing all morning. use of the fire chief, he has been called the operation center. --you saw the fire chief he has been called here. they're getting a tremendous amount of calls from 911, they don't want people to call 911 they want them to call 311. so they can get city
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Mar 28, 2011 5:30pm PDT
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KRON
Mar 21, 2011 5:00pm PDT
oil preventing oil to get into the bay from these barges in the water. rob fladeboe takes us at this reservoir why he cannot hold another crop. >>reporter: this is what happens when was of wires, cannot hold another-water drop. and one water or reservoirs, get killed. hence, spill away. but you are looking at, is one the get-filled. a concrete viaduct that diverts water around into this creek below. it is doing exactly what is going designed to do, this section of the santa cruz mountains received 4.72 in. of rain fall cents friday. more than enough to take this reservoir from capacity and then some. this provides drinking water to the community of gilroy and also farmers, ranchers and a southern except santa clara county. most of this will go into the water table into the ground and others could find its way into the river and monterey bay. officials said the this reservoir, near gilroy will continue to spill over for at least another one week. in the mountains near gilroy, rob fladeboe, kron 4 news. >>pam: major problems at yosemite national park. all roads and have been close
KRON
Mar 30, 2011 4:30pm PDT
officers conducted house-to- house search. the please canines were used to search this field behind a row of houses. a two suspects were found and taken into custody. one meeting in ambulance for bite wounds received. the second suspect gave himself up. >> i made a phone call into the residence and he was kind enough to answer the phone for us. he said yes i'm the one car looking for, give me a few minutes to handle some personal business in the restroom all come out. >>pam: oakland police are searching for three men suspected of kidnapping and raping a 14 year-old girl. it happened about midnight near church street. police say they grabbed the girl there, drove for to another location where she was sexually assaulted. police describe the three men between 20 and 40 years old in a blue lexus. the budget battle which is at tipping point in sacramento, jerry brown said he has stopped negotiations with the republican lawmakers. kron 4 tells us what the two sides want in this battle. >>j.r. stone: able one different things, here is what were talking about. the state of california has a
KRON
Mar 15, 2011 4:00pm PDT
. to the bay area. >>kate: reporting live, kron 4 news. >>pam: on the phone to help us understand the implications of exposure to radiation, michael with the state public health. there is concern even though we are hearing from experts said it's unlikely the u.s. could really be affected by a meltdown and radiation from any plants in japan. nonetheless there is concern among the general population. what message do want to give the population. >>caller: thank you for having me, i am a spokesperson for the agency. we want people to know that according to our federal partners, with the nuclear regulatory corporation. we believe there is really no danger to california at the present. we are testing on the federal level and all that information is being passed up to us. we really have no cause for concern. >>pam: no danger at the present. people are concerned, why did you qualify that at the present? >>caller: note, we're not speculating. the current situation is and we will evaluate on a day-to-day basis. we really have no cause for concern. >>pam: many people are stocking up on potassium
KRON
Mar 4, 2011 11:00pm PST
how the money would be used. >> 50% of the budget is police. so when you get more money it would go to the police. yes, that was more aimed at police. this one is aimed to the general fund in general. it goes to violence prevention programs and other services in the city. >> the tax would require a 2/3 vote to pass. >>> the nation's unemployment rate dropped to its lowest level in a year. 8.9%. and the rate is better in california. as kron 4's dang k tells us, experts say there is reason to be hopeful. >> reporter: it dropped to 12.4% in january. the decrease means the state added 12,500 jobs. 2.2million californias remain out of work. experts say here in the bay area it looks like firms that were cutting back are starting to hire again. >> our clients that we haven't heard from in a number of years are calling us now. and so we are finding that those clients are seeing they have gone on a skeleton crew for long enough, they are confident they are going bring back positions. >> reporter: she is with robert half international. she says the hiring she is seeing is in manufacturing, healt
KRON
Mar 10, 2011 12:30am PST
approved. jerry brown set a deadline for thursday to get it all done, now he hopes to use the extra time to convince more lawmakers to put it on the ballot this june. he is just a few lawmakers short to make that happen. >>> new tonight at 11:00. police are investigating a murder. it happened this evening. police say the man was shot, and died in the ambulance. >>> two southern california men are expected of using a credit card skimmer to steel credit numbers. they fate fros and conspiracy charges. boris tumasyan and sarkis sarkisyan. how investigators say they stole the numbers and she has reaction from locals who frequent one of those stations. >> reporter: the credit card swipe looks like any other. this is a primary reason this credit card scheme was so difficult to detects. they planted devices like this one inside of gas pump. investigators say they were attached to the circuit boards and captured 3600 credit card numbers. police caught the two at this station on san an ownio road. they found six skimmers planted inside of gas pumps of six other locations. the customers are ve
KRON
Mar 25, 2011 4:30pm PDT
., notice of this yellow it actually shows us where we're going to get moderate downpour. it looks like will continue see pretty high rainfall rates as we head for your saturday morning. if you sleep and you could miss a good part of it. 9:00 a.m., the north bay starts to dry out to but still contending with what weather in the south bay. in the afternoon, the best chances for scattered showers. the intensity is expected to be over night. here morning lows expected in the '40's, 49 san francisco, 49 in the south bay. in the afternoon, our high school state into the '50s. 58 santa rosa, 60 degrees in oakland on view and that's about as warm as it's expected to get. san jose 59 degrees, here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, shows as more wet weather in store. rainy and breezy tomorrow. showers continue into sunday. next week looks much better. f >>pam: rockslide disclose how we won about half mile pass till valley. jeff bush shows you the damage to what the crews are doing to clean it all up. if >>jeff: hillside was still moving by midafternoon. the integrity of the hillside was co
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Feb 28, 2011 11:00pm PST
. >> because of medical privacy concerns they can't really give us any details that led to the shooting. so far cvs hasn't returned our calls. jonathan bloom, kron 4 news. >>> more and more in the way of cloud cover. a system that could bring wet weather tomorrow. a shot of the bay bridge, staying dry. slight chance of pop up showers in the north bay but much will stay dry tonight. clouds tomorrow. and a better chance of showers and wind kick in as we head into the evening tomorrow. right now showers staying to the north. we are dry right now. look that seven day. next couple of days a series of wet weather lasting through the week. friday dry but on the weekend, we will bring in that wet weather. >>> you know it already, gasoline prices are on the rice but that is just the tip of the ice burg. prices to everything you buy will be skyrocketing. food to clothe. a look at when you will see the higher prices and what situations are driving the price hikes when kron 4 news returns. hey marcel, watch this! hey marcel, watch this! ♪ hey marcel, watch this! yeah, marcel! -marcel! -hey marcel
KRON
Mar 2, 2011 11:00pm PST
the allegations. first kron 4's dan kerman tells us how this investigation could have wide reaching legal implications. >> reporter: this is video showing san francisco narcotic officers approaching people in the henry hotel in november. >> police have burst into a home and it appears routinely bursting into homes without warrants and lying to protect the fruits of their misconduct. after obtaining a master key this video shows officers bursting into this apartment without a warrant and without knocking on the door, both of which are required and later they lied about it on a police report, saying they received written consent before entering which did not happen. >> if we can't trust the word of a police officer testifying in a case such as this it calls into question what are they doing out there. >> reporter: in january in the same hotel officers are seen covering up the camera. police claim they received permission to enter the home, occupants say they forced their way in. >> these are poor people's homes. just like you have to have a warrant to live in someone's home in pacific
KRON
Mar 20, 2011 9:00pm PDT
. last night there were high winds and rain. first let us begin our weather coverage. >>bryan: things are quieting down this evening. into this if there right now you can see a couple of showers. as beat get into this as bait that showers are starting to show here. one a one northbound near south san jose has showers. it is heading towards morgan hill. rainfall totals for this weekend by between 1-2 in.. over 2 in. for santa rosa. fairfield, penfield. in some spots into the santa cruz mountains 3-4 in. of rain. it is pushing it to the top. (laughter) more about the lead for has come up. the key? >> vicki: the proof of a horse rescue shelter has been torn through. >> reporter: f-16 by 20 ft. shelter has been ripped through. the shelter it once looked like this. >> if this really heavy. >> reporter: property owner that seat said it shot up straight into the sky. >> it was like the world win. like a ghost moved it. >> reporter: the horses jumped out as the group was being lifted. some of my biggest fear was that the horses would be heard by the metal. >> reporter: this is where it was. i
KRON
Feb 28, 2011 5:00pm PST
system. to do with odor complaint the city uses several measures including bleach. in fact, the city is going to vote on the $15 million and some of our medalists think that plea could be dangerous. teresa estacio reports. >> here, along the scenic embarcadero getting aware of a smelly sewer system is not what city officials want to put people remember about the city by the bay. however, it is happened and complaints are on the rise and so were the costs. in fact, 420 people complaint in 2010 up from 350 and two of his own mind. and in response, the city has put these ventilation with charcoal and deodorizers on terminals like this one. they also added a chemical cocktail with bleach to try to neutralize. with $1.5 million to combat the system in 2010. now, they're looking at more costs. the board of supervisors will look of a $14 million contract to fortunepurchase more bleach. and with only 20 percent will be used, or to one to $80,000 over the next three years after the rest is for treating the city's streets to water. in addition, that the pleached treated by product go stra
KRON
Mar 24, 2011 6:00am PDT
joining us this thursday morning. >> mark: get ready to build that arc with another storm coming in. james with a look at what we are going to expect. >> james: half-inch of rain for everybody, it will be a good supper. this is the beginning of the cold front pushing in, we will steelman and take a closer look at the bay area. more intense showers to the north right now, novato between san rafael 101 that is probably where we see the most intense showers. there is a cell moving toward highway 37, if that's part of your morning it ride that will be it wet one for you. san rosa seeing a band of showers as well, that intensifies as we head toward 7:00 p.m. east bay looking clear for the moment, south bay dealing with the scattered showers again it is light in comparison to what we will see in just a little bit. storm tracker for shows us some of a wide view this is how big this is. we expect the heavier rain beginning to fall in north north bay at 7:00 a.m., you can see the color yellow indicating moderate rain. by 9:00 a.m., that turns to read particularly 3 san rafael rate where jackie was
KRON
Mar 29, 2011 6:00am PDT
completely blocked. you'll have to use another ramp to get on to the nimitz freeway. we are not badly backed up here, somewhat surprisingly. progress has been made, there has likely been some damage to the beryl's on the scene. and perhaps the embankment. so it is likely we may not see this completely open to until 9:00 a.m. which means it will be closed through the commute. we were tryintracking e bay shore freeway in the northbound direction and accident on the shoulder. there is a bigger back up here and there was on the nimitz freeway. give yourself an extra 5-10 minutes for your north bound be short ride.bayshore ride. your e bay bridge no problems westbound still and smooth and easy ride. san a tale bridge still looks good here with westbound 92 unimpeded. time for weather. >> louisa: we are warming up today, the big warmup comes by tomorrow. one night craig, mostly clear out there as we head towards tomorromostly cleas tomorrow. right now we will warming up slightly, temperatures expected into the '60s today. sales francisco about 63, upper 60s through places like concord, 66 f
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Mar 23, 2011 6:00am PDT
) mike >> good morning and think you for joining us on this wide morning. that we have team coverage. at least that and gen that are out. mark >> all lot of things are going on. you are born to focus on whether it is coming in on the morning. but when you get heavy downpours like this we have a lot of warnings. will be talking about all of this, and you get right into it. james >> the have this stuff up north to fairfield. let us get a sense of how bad is right now. from fairfield a little stretch of i-80 to back a bill we are seeing a fairly intense shower. look at the rainfall rates in the heavier area is about one- half inch falling per hour ended is falling closer to this it. we have a fairly decent bit of rain falling. to the raids are at 1 in. or more be careful of that. concord is seeing some rain and livermore. it we have and in 10's hour. about one- half inch per hour and it could intensify as we continue throughout the morning ride. look at how red we are today. that very well could be it thunderstorm activity. i just want to take a book here. two and a half inches falling
KRON
Mar 16, 2011 4:00pm PDT
. regulatory commission said today all the water is gone from one of the polls. as kron 4 shows us, there is now nothing to stop the fuel rods from ultimately melting down. >>reporter: a new satellite pictures shows for the first time the extensive damage to the reactors. no. 1 lost its roof in an explosion, number two is in tact in releasing steam. no. 3 shows the most damage but the greatest danger is reactor for. it that is where all the water is train from the polls. u.s. officials say they could ignite with enough force to blast the radioactive fuel over the wide area. they told americans it's no longer safe to stay within 50 mi. of the plan. the japanese military tried to use helicopters to drop water on the reactors but then called them back when radiation levels bike. the crisis triggered a first-ever appearance of the japanese emperor on television. he told his people i pray we will take care of each other and overcome this tragedy. in downtown tokyo, and the streets. >> the water and no food so i am going back to my home town. >>reporter: it's scary says this owner of a n
KRON
Mar 15, 2011 4:00am PDT
get to the airport so let us on the flight early. we're on the roads and they rode close down. things were shaking, it was crazy. the whole day was like being on the boat, rocking, swaying. >> it was crazy, worst thing i've ever experienced. >> i was on a train pot for, things are really shaky. -- train platform. all the trees or closed for new softer--when it was over. hundreds of people were lined up waiting for buses, they really came, shows repair of food,--shells were air of food. it was a panic. >> james: we have more coverage on our website at www.kron4.com. you can access any time for the very latest on the situation that continues develop minute by minute. new details of the san burner gas line explosion, today's the deadline for pg&e to provide records of its pipeline to the california public utilities committee. pacific gas and electric company had inaccurate documents about the pipeline exploded on september 9th. we will sue happens today.--see what happens today. today's the deadline for pink slips to be set out to teachers, here's a preview of the changes. >> reporter: a
KRON
Mar 3, 2011 5:30pm PST
this problem started in collstarted calling us names. we'll really know anything. >> please wait. i will dispatch an officer. are you crying? >> yes. >> do not worry about it, ok everything is going to be fine. we are here to help you. there are two officers on the way. >> i am scared. >> i know the your scared. >> the teacher is on the leak of the district investigates. the students were never in danger. the teachers--on leave. he lifted eight table, to get this to the attention. this table--toppled over. a body discovered and has been identified as the 74 year- old bill smith. he lived at home with his wife, evelyn. he it not been seen in several months. the body was found under a recently constructed brick patio under brick pavers. the cause of the debt has not been determined. the autopsy is still not been completed. the attorney for the wife, evelyn is remaining silent. an attack jogger last night. 8:3:00 p.m. she says that a masked man pulled her to the ground demanding money cutting her with a knife and fled. she only has minor injuries and he is described as a white male. 6
KRON
Mar 29, 2011 7:00am PDT
who works next to the plan and he says he see smoke coming from the place that processes used oil. he said it looks like a normal day. you can see some smoke coming from the plant. that happens on a normal basis. coming up in a few moments i see the foreman of the plant he is over here we will try to get a live interview with him. we'll find out how this person that was injured is doing. >> darya: 7:07 a.m. back with more of a couple of minutes. >> darya: will tran is back live with more information about the oil refinery. >> will: you just saw he is with the evergreen impairment. i just i get off the phone was latest. >> the fire is out everything is contained. no releases, everybody is accounted for we have a stable situation right now >> will: what happened? >> 5:30 a.m. we had a couple of people doing a routine task. we head an equipment failure, free now i don't understand why the equipment failed that is part of the investigation. that oil caught fire, and we have the resulting fire. >> will: one person was injured what is the status? >> he has an injured arm of the extent i
KRON
Mar 16, 2011 5:00pm PDT
blum is here with us now with a look at the concerns. >>jonathan: we've been getting used to looking at this map, there's a new ring on the map, it indicates the zones and which american authorities think it's not safe to be any more. you could see the power plant located in the fukushima plant. this gold ring here, that's the voluntary evacuations on the japanese authorities have implemented. there's a small arizona in this that is the mandatory evacuation if we could back out you could see this ring that's 50 mi. in radius and that is the evacuation zone that american authorities are recommending. if you're that's on your getting radiation levels, if you're exposed to for three years would cause to get cancer. they're recommending american citizens stay out of that area. here's the city of sendai, the evacuation zone is getting dangerously close. that is where they have the command center set up for all of the national and independent agencies that are courting evacuations. if we going closer you could see once again the familiar layout of the power plant here. there are six reacto
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Mar 1, 2011 4:00pm PST
curman tells us, the latest are in marin county. >>dan: schools like this might see fewer schools next year. >> these are the people we work with every day, are friends, our colleagues at its really demoralizing to provide an issue that some people feel like they're services aren't needed or wanted. we want to back, we need to for the kids. it gives a very mixed message. >>dan: they say this is the worst-case scenario, it's all contingent on the governor's tax extensions. all school districts are doing this tonight. and the nevada school district will be discussing layoff notices. they're they're talking about 24 of them to go out by march 15th. in san rafael, dan curman kron 4 news. >>pam: coming up on kron 4 news at 5:00 we will show you another local school district which will be sending out hundreds of layoff notices. traffic on this tuesday in walnut creek, the headlights' are northbound. this is the 680- 24 split traffic is moving slowly. we will be back. sizzler introduces fresh trout. [ female announcer ] flaky and flavorful. served with your choice of side dish for only $
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Mar 12, 2011 2:30pm PST
painful. but as the attack recedes into the past, the efforts continue to make sure that the rest of us also remember what happened that day in 2001. kristen reports on one of those efforts, at ground zero. >> i wanted to create a place that i would like to go to myself, to reflect -- and also to mourn. >> architect michael arad is talking about his concept for a 9/11 memorial plaza. the plaza is being built on the site where the world trade center once stood. it will pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks, almost ten years ago. >> when you stand at the edge of this pool at plaza level, you'll actually be standing in front of a bronze panel, where all the names of the victims will be inscribed. i think it is going to be a very moving moment for visitors when they come here. >> committee members for the memorial selected michael's design out of five thousand submissions. thirty foot waterfalls will cascade into reflecting pools, built exactly where the twin towers once stood -- >> and lots of trees will surround the falls, creating serenity in an otherwise bus
KRON
Mar 31, 2011 4:00pm PDT
in the middle of the peninsula of. the s f o has officer crossed told us, the closure is because of a power line. the officer jesse just mentioned, right near the broadway exit on highway 1 0 1. this is illustrated in the red. that is the. that is closed. we are saying that there are some cars the kindle southbound. the north is pretty much closed, the self-there are two lanes that have been northbound closed. it is a live power lines and people are asked to exercise one near the broadway exit. c h p is requesting to avoid >>pam: 8 other was found wandering around a parking lot this morning. a toddler--this two year-old was found wandering in this pleasanton parking lot of wal-mart. somehow he got out of his apartment. that this residential apartment and made this way with over through the lanes of traffic, and then the employee found the toddler in the parking lot. >> we expect in the home, and interview the mother, to make sure the was not a deterrent and benjamin, or criminal activity. the mother had recently had been a 88 compliant residential community. her apartment has a lock
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Mar 18, 2011 11:00pm PDT
moisture. you can see it here. that set to hit us on sunday. intense rain on sunday. tomorrow, few showers. 7:00 morning, few spotty showers. picking up by the afternoon. thunderstorms possible for tomorrow. winds pick up. we will see the game heavy rain, gusty winds, hail and lightening. i will tell you about it coming up. >>> the weather played a role in the pile up accident. this shows where the accident happened. westbound traffic came to a stand still for hours this afternoon and it is still closed and will be for the rest of the night. you can see the backup from these fraps taken from -- from these photographs, taken from someone in the traffic. at least one person died. one truck was carrying liquid hydrogen that was leaking on to the road. that section will remain closed tonight. >>> a santa rosa neighborhood is cleaning up debris left behind from a tornado. it touched down at a business. the winds were so strong they picked up a shed. kron 4's reggie kumar shows thus damage. >> reporter: twisted pieces of wood is what is left of a shed after it was ripped out of a ground
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Mar 3, 2011 11:00pm PST
. kron 4 news was live earlier and now kron 4's jonathan bloom joins us live with the conclusion. >> reporter: it went on for hours and as you can see the steps of wheeler hall are completely empty. a few hours ago hundreds of students and dozens of police officers police police officers. money, changes in the way the university selects its leaders and the roll back of huge increases that happened to tuition. here is what it looked like earlier this afternoon. >> reporter: that was the message of the students who tied themselves together on wheeler hall. and as they unfurled it on a giant banner. they were cheered by those below. after police arrested one protesters, disobedience began. and wearing full riot gear, police showed up and things got physical. >> get back. stay back. >> reporter: police set up a perimeter as the demonstrators chanted loudly. >> we are fighting for public education. >> reporter: with over a thousand gathered, protesters revolved to take over the front steps. >> the students become so powerless at this university that we need to take drastic measures. >
KRON
Mar 20, 2011 8:00am PDT
. lawmakers watch the tears come down as the firefighters had to use the judges of life to get them out of the car. we have no comments of bill for the accident. i know we continue to track the storm in oakland. >> isabel: rain, cold conditions faded as cause all types of problems over town. here in oakland. over the hills. look over the street did you can see the lead sled that happened early today. already this evening to cars have come close to a crashing into the boulders. this is not the only concern here. if you look off into the distance there is a church, it is a christian school. it is right on the edge of this hill. the have been a lot of landslides over here in the past. if you look across the street you can see that they are no small rocks. i talked with officials. the earliest they could get the rocks off of the road is monday. up until that it is up to the different clones that they are laying to try and make drivers beware of what is the lead on a tear. it is wet, it is called a tear in oakland. j. r. stone, kron4 news. >> marty: it has been very blessed and windy in sant
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Mar 9, 2011 5:00pm PST
misconduct in fledging the case. that the information be given to us immediately. >> reporting live, kron 4 news. >>pam: christine conley continues our team coverage tonight with a look at the dozens of cases which were dismissed in court today. >>christine: take a look at this long list of names, many defendants had their cases dropped inside this courtroom. a total of 42 cases were dismissed here and inside other courtrooms throughout the day. none of the defendants' actions showed up in court today, in fact many are already in custody and release from jail given a letter what happened. the san francisco public defender says the cases range from felonies to misdemeanors. >> of the cases that are cancel today are everything from theft, drug cases, a robbery case as an old grave cases it's not limited to just drug cases. the d.a. is making the right call, there is no way that a case can go to the corps one you have these kind of questions about the officers' credibility. >>jacqueline: the public defender said this could be the tip of the iceberg he expects more cases will be dropped insid
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Mar 29, 2011 12:30am PDT
use. because water and sewer are out. rob fladeboe, kron 4 news. >>> our team coverage continues now with kron 4's kate thompson. >> workers continue to clear large trees and branches off a sliding hillside hoping to protect the homes below. several homes remain yellow tagged. the residents living in hotels and the city declared a local state of emergency. menry are looking forward to a meeting on wednesday at city hall to get more answers about the safety of the hillside and what will be done to help them. kate thompson, kron 4 news. >> reporter: this might look like another hill in hercules. not the case. you can see that dirt. that is something you couldn't see two weeks ago. you look up against the houses and you can see it is hill versus house. to the right you can see a fence leaning against the second floor. you can see red dangerous tape. that is surrounded four houses. within the last two hours four additional houses have been yellow tagged. you are not allowed to stay there overnight because of the instability of this hill. jr stone, kron 4 news. >> reporter: a big oak tree
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Mar 30, 2011 5:00pm PDT
. hoskins is expected to testify that bonds told her he was using steroids. at the federal courthouse in san francisco, dan curman kron 4 news. >>pam: earlier former baseball player randy testified that he met on a trainer greg anderson back in 2001. he testified he bought human growth hormone from anderson and said it gave him more insurance and strength. he also said anderson injected him on various occasions. under cross-examination, he said he never got the clear or the cream. prosecutors have called a variety of baseball players to suggest they knew what anderson was giving them even though bonds maintains he did not know. our coverage of the barry bonds perjury trial will continue with expert analysis for attorney michael cardozo of what today's testimony means for the case. that's coming up later in the newscast. other news around the bay, a house boat was destroyed by fire in alameda. the blaze erupted before noon. firefighters say it took about 15 minutes to get under control. no injuries or no other boats affected. president oracle, is planning another visit to the bay area.
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Mar 28, 2011 6:00am PDT
but at this point looks like it point will pass to the north of us. it looks like we could warm up close to that 70 mark, not quite getting their but almost. today warming in to the mid-60s 64 now, fairfield, 66 concord, 62 degrees of this like oakland redwood city, mountainview as well. here is a 7 day around bay, as we head towards midweek winter into the '70s, and then on thursday we connection warm up to about 80 degrees on some of the warmer inland spots. '70s around the bay, an abundance of sunshine by mid-week. we cool it off by friday, saturday bringing in the next chance of rain. >> george: it hasn't warm up in the traffic center, and things are quiet no problems, no hot spots, no delays really. heavy traffic through the altamont on 580, getting to the bridges when found no problem, light and easy traffic no meter lights and no problems on the approaches. san mateo bridge ride to tha good re nimitz still look good at 92. golden gate bridge ride is an easy one as well. has your trip to san francisco? light traffic here. ace train is back in service this morning, it had been
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Mar 27, 2011 9:00pm PDT
because the economy has in so great. groping the surrounding community will support us. as soon as we get cleaned up the back to visit. >>vicki: it's estimated that 100 businesses were damaged during the flooding. we have a team coverage on how to communities are dealing with the cleanup which includes an evacuation order in san pablo. >>reporter: some evacuations are still in order here in san paulo, the fact that nobody has been hurt is good news. look behind me, you can see if there are still big problems. i want to show you this house. the folks who live here have not been evacuated, but look of the back porch in you concede that is something that could change. i should do the fence a minute ago, it is sideways and goes to this house right there. the folks in that house have been evacuated. everything is every which way. i want to show you those trees that you see in the distance. officials were busy cutting those trees today because they were leaning at home sitting house on the other side of those bushes. obviously, you have big problems for at least seven properties in the san
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Mar 24, 2011 5:30pm PDT
>>catherine: this creek it to be one of the worst storm these this year. louisa let us take a look at ocean beach. we are seeing a lot of surf advisories. people are being told to stay away. certainly, that was not happening but now more problems with flash flood warnings. >> absolutely, those streams and creeks rising. the san lorenzo problem has already reached flood stage. we're watching it recede but certainly still a concern in that area. the san lorenzo river at bigotry. for the next one hour, it will next the san lorenzo river at big tree. flash flood warning at pescadero creek. the difference between this and the santa cruz is the pescadero is in a rural area. it is expected to rise to 12 ft. and then crossed. we will keep our eye on that. and then-crest--even at this hour, an active radar. heavy near palo alto through fremont and livermore valley. heavier downpours along the 80. we will continue to bring you the latest on the weather. along the 880 down boris. >>catherine: downpours. just not, scotts valley >> through the santa cruz mountains, this is nelson road of all pl
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Mar 31, 2011 4:30pm PDT
area. millbrae/high 1 0 1 indicative of the red. jonathan blum. using google earth. >>reporter: mid-peninsula. that is the closure right. the san francisco international airport 1/2 between san francisco, said material. between millbrae and pearly game. and the san francisco /+ /+ /+ /+ /+ millbrae /+ /+ /+ /+ /+ /+ /+ /+ traffic is still being reported as stuffed or going very slowly. although crews have just told us that the >>reporter: north of the broadway exit in burlingame. he downed power lin a phone lind phone line. indicating these spots only one lane and the northbound direction was closed. 2-3 lanes and the southbound were closed. you can see that this is a very busy area on how we 1 0 1. just near s f o which is located here. >> please pardon the delay. >>catherine: 826 rolled unemployed worker was found breaking into the radioactive towers at fukushima daiichi. hey marcel, watch this! hey marcel, watch this! [ buzzer sounds ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey marcel, watch this! yeah, marcel! -marcel! -hey marcel! are you listening to me? marcel! [ male announcer ] don't
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Mar 22, 2011 5:30pm PDT
berkeley stations. the bart stations are now back on schedule. cutaneous us more time to clean complete their verification of natural pipelines. they missed the march 15th deadline set by the utilities commission to turn over all the paperwork. pg&e said some of the documents requested will not be available until the end of the year. the new reports suggest california's economy is on the rebound. it cautions this is a slow recovery. if the economic reports said job gains will be slow becoming banks to rise in international trade. as for the housing market, the report sees little chance for growth than it once the nation's overall economic recovery could slide back down into another recession for 2013. that can have an effect on california's long-term recovery. >>jacqueline: rain continuing to push off shore, but very slowly. it will move in over night and really heavy. coming up in just a bit. >>pam: developing news out of libya, it to u.s. crew members were rescued tuesday after their fighter jet crashed. if the mission was part of a coalition attack, now in the fourth day operations o
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Mar 27, 2011 8:00am PDT
expert from a jobless rate is going to join us to talk about where the jobs are in the bay area and california. outside it still little bully, a little bit >>ysabel: of rain left in our sunday, were going to be heading in a better direction weather wise. >>jacqueline: could sunday morning to you we have dry weather this morning but that will change for this morning, a light rain headed our way into the bay area. it will be like what we had yesterday morning, a fairly weak system and rainfall amounts will be late. only a quarter of an inch at best in the north bay. cloudy skies at noon, a chance for light rain this afternoon and showers and into the evening. at 10:00 a.m., clubs just about anywhere when the rain still to the north of santa rosa. it does get closer about noon showing up in sonoma county. that's slowly pushes southbound through the day by 4:00 p.m. some rain showing up in the san francisco in marin county and napa county. , the storm tries to make it through marin county client with the evening but it really becomes unglue, a lot the showers fall apart. things winding
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Mar 25, 2011 5:30pm PDT
us now, it is sprinkled in here. >>louisa: had a warning in effect, it's been downgraded but we expect high surf over night. that serve could get up to 15 ft.. continuing to stay pretty high. here is the radar just a few sprinkles out there certainly nothing to have the " however it looks like it's going to shake up as we head into the evening hours. the show you places like novato, san rafael starting to see heavier down carand downpours. in the south bay, in places like mount hamilton heavy rain. some spotty showers certainly a bit different as we head into the overnight hours tonight. we're expecting that to pick up, check out i 80, watching the celtics to the north of richmond san rafael bridge moving toward pinole. the same heavy downpours there. much more heavy rain expected tonight. rocks >>pam: live close highway won the nobel peace. that is about half mile west of town. jeff bush shows you the damage to what the crews are working to do to get it reopened. >>jeff: the look of this, a large tree on the hillside have to be cut down because of road where the tree was growin
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Mar 11, 2011 4:30pm PST
that makes us happy mainly we want people to stay at a the area to prevent injuries so, it's very tempting we all want to look and see what it is felt we do hope that people were good at where they stood and watched him work careful. >>catherine: we were hearing roughly 100 boats is that still the count? >>caller: it looks right now about 30 to 40 boats were severely damaged or destroyed. we assume there are many more that have minimal damage. >>catherine: thank-you laurie with santa cruz emergency operations. >>pam: our coverage of the son of the surge will continue. this year in from santa cruz as we look to these pictures. estimates now $15 million in damage in those early estimates. the assessment of damage to both the harvard in the one a real low. if we will be back much more news ahead. >>pam: logical live to dan ackerman at ocean beach awaiting word on high tide. u.s. of new information? >>dan: we've all been waiting for the high tide. they have reopened the great highway. as you see there are cars now coming back and forth along the highway. for much of the day they close
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Mar 14, 2011 11:00pm PDT
. though some expressed concern radiation could make it to california, he told us the danger is remote. >> practically zero. because there is not that much radiation. >> what would hap v to happen for us for too be concerned. >> you would have a surnoble- type release. if i had to put it 1-10, chances of that happening are about a 1. >> reporter: jonathan bloom, kron 4 news. >>> we are getting a better look at the devastation caused by the earthquake and tsunami thanks to gobble earth. the observe and after photographs speak for themselves. the first photo. a shot from above fukushima. this is 2 miles south of the power plant. watch as we transition to the after where you see the massive destruction. another photograph, an aerial view at the nuclear power plant. you can see it's on the ocean coast. watch as we switch to the after photograph. you can see the facility wiped out there. and finally a before photograph, a satellite image of the peninsula, it's along the coast. it appears to be a agricultural area. watch as we transition to the destruction caused by the earthquake and tsunam
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Mar 14, 2011 5:30pm PDT
from the bottom. and five others are thought to have sunk. scuba divers used floatable letters only to get stuck because of the tsunami surge. that choked the harbor with tons and tons of mud. dozens of people look on it during the salvage operation including the boat's owner, jody connolly. >> there were having trouble with it. getting stuck in the mud. it is heartbreaking to watch. to see it upside down. i'm not sure what survived is going to see what is interesting what actually survived. i'm not expecting much. you know, it is just the waiting game right now. it is all part of this situation. >>reporter: salvage crews are averaging three posts per day and that is going to be closed until sunday for the harbour 3-both per day. six of the 28 stocks are open again. three-boats per day. and six of the 28 sto- docks are open as this one vote remains on the launch ramp. again a top concern is the oil and fuel that could be leaking into the water. the harbor is going to be closed until at least sunday. perhaps longer. the overall damage to the boats into the harbor is a $17.5 million. and
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Mar 21, 2011 6:00am PDT
morning news. >> darya: it is monday, march 21st, thank you for joining us. >> mark: more storms to come we will get to the whether a second. but we will start with hot spot on the bridge. >> george: 2 car accident in the westbound direction, re-your buena island appeare. also pullr the scene is the third vehicle, it is an owner of that third vehicle has been involved. we have not activated the metering lights but as you can see traffic is moving pretty well across the span. it is possible bridge cruise may have gotten that lane open. perhaps a little better news. better news on highway 4. all lanes are open, things are starting to pick up a bit already. this is usually as slow stretch from antioch to pittsburgh. it is likely this back up will reach the bypass. better news in the westbound direction all lanes have been reopened at leverage where a motorcycle crashed. if you're headed to the sierra, you are going to need chains in interstate 80 and u.s. highway 50. though portions of it has been completely shut down between kirkwood and silver lake because of the high snow levels there. l
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Mar 11, 2011 5:00pm PST
use any kind of a situation where there is a power outage, earthquake, flood any kind of an unusual situation switcher programming and do what we call emergency mode where we open it up to the colors. we become an emergency communication link. after the 1989 earthquake think we were the only radio station that was on the air for several hours after the earthquake. >> thank you michael for joining us. santa cruz remains a local state of emergency they said they will talk with congressman to get disaster declaration done here and federal money on board. right now the situation still uncertain here at the santa cruz yacht harbor the start pulling boats as soon as tomorrow morning. >>pam: our team coverage continues with kron 4 jeff bush to show more of the damage and problems created by the tsunami in santa cruz. >>jeff: it is been a crazy day and santa cruz. things seem to have calmed down but the biggest problem right now is still stuff floating in the harbor. there are two tires, those used to be part of a docks there. next to that is a 20 ft. section of dock and above that was a bo
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Mar 2, 2011 4:00pm PST
joins us live from the hall of justice with details. >>dan: police are under fire today not only is the public defender's office saying they're violating people's constitutional rights, but these did the cops are also lying about it on the record. they say they have the video to prove it. this is surveillance video, they obtain this as police were going to the henry hotel. they got word that people inside had drugs. the public defender's office said there was a master key obtained without a search warrant or knocking on the door. the burst rated and began searching. they say later they live in a police report saying they first obtained written consent before searching that room. they say this video indicates they never got written consent before going inside. after this video surfaced was dropped by the district attorney, and other similar case also at this hotel was kicked out of court by a judge. now the public defender's offices demanding an investigation not just by the d.a. office of police, but by someone independent. >> the police have burst into a home, it appears on routine
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Mar 1, 2011 5:00pm PST
worst as kron 4 dan curman tells us. the latest or marin county. >>dan: these students may have fewer teachers in crowded classrooms come next year. this ever fell school board is the latest to approve flat notices before the march 15th deadline >> is really demoralizing to provide an issue that some people feel like their services are needed or wanted when really what would like to say as we watch your back and we need you. >>dan: stammer file will send out 32 notices mostly to teachers. it's a worse case scenario. when other school districts are following through with. if the nevada school board for example, is now considering sending out 24 layoff notices. school districts are sing again, these layoffs don't have to happen if the governor's tax extensions past. for that to happen, they must first get on the ballot to and we should know within a couple weeks if the legislature agrees to do that. in san or fall, dan curman kron 4 news. >>pam: in san francisco decision is supposed to come down tonight jonathan blum is live this evening awaiting the decision. >>jonathan: just a few min
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Mar 17, 2011 5:30pm PDT
lower levels. to this amount of time. the radiation is impinging upon us. we do not have anything to worry about. with these one, with these one, some of isotopes. that could come over and one very small amounts. d. dr chivers uc-berkeley is posting a live result of its air quality on its website. nuc.berkley.edu rob@robblack.comgabe slate's tet creation detector, portability. these are sold out. portable radiation detector are all sold out! in even if you ordered one? malls backwater the ahmanson /+ backwater. and even if you ordered one? they are months on back order. half of the amount left on rhodesia >>gabe: this has raised awareness, and it is not advised or recommended or even necessary to go out and get a radiation detection device. it is not a common item. your local " home depot " will not carry it. the facts are confusing. hundreds of different models with different prices. "echotech' and is $ 250 and recommended models, www.kron4.com news link section gabe slate's tech report >>pam: www.kron4.com ♪ have a good daisy ♪ eat well, live long ♪ have a good daisy, work ou
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